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AUUUST 3, 1875
TIIX W.IK ON TI1K WEW!PAP5flW.
Ia a couple of Hues we are told by
K )iae poet, wlw understood human iir
'tin r:gae e'er fell Ibe bailer draw
With coodcplnlOQ or the law."
liia oooplet rosy be applied to the loli
ucianaasd public plunderers with bat
red reputations. An editor's pen per
f rsting tbeir vulnerable bides is the
"baiter" which givea Uieni "no good
r pinion of the law" of newspapers.
Oakcs Ames died owning the "newspa
pers. Boss Tweed has the.samo antipa
thy to the press that tha devil has for
.. ly water. No deg with the hydro
phobia ever had as much repugnance
1 -r water aa Irvine, the lobbyist, who is
i")w a fugitive on account of the wicked
and malignant newspspera. King, the
j 'rjured postmaster of the house of rep
s entativcs, and member of congress
elect, swears that the perverse newspa
pers are striving from day to day to
Wow to pieces his sweet-scented reputa
tion. In his last epeech, Henry Ward
Beecher turned up his saintly nose at
the press. Mat Carpenter, since the ex
posure of one of his peccadilloes, seems
to think the press has.an ee peclal grudge
againBt him, and of course a newspaper
ik his abomination. Poor little Bmiler
Colfax forgets his shame, his perjuries,
and his temperance lectures in whining
over the slanders of jthe hundred horee
jKiwer engine that forced him into re
tiracy and olwcuracy. Over his grog,
o!d Zack Chandler curies the art of
I'.'inting. The clang and racket of one
o'Hoe'a cylinder presses stings and irri
tates his pious soul. Since the press ex
posed that little episode between Pome
r y and York in the Kansas legislature,
Pomeroy is haunted by the newspapers.
He sees them in the rainbow and the
clouds. He smells them and tastes
them in his victuals, and hears iheir
villainous thunders in every Hwnd,
whether It be the croaking of a fngnr
the bray of a donkey. These battered
and bruised enemies of the press are
sending up a concentrated howl against
the newspapers, the author of all their
woea. They are clamoring for more
stringent laws on libel. The United
States press cannot be affected by the
enmity and viilitication of these corrupt
but failed and exposed knaves. The
newspapers have, no doubt, destroyed
these men, but it waB because they de
served destruction. Bo far as our obeer
vation goes the people have repudiated
every man'upon whom the newf papers
have made wr.r. In discussing this sub
ject the New York Tribune says: "So
W from a newspaper attack being necea
parity fatal to the prospects of a public
man, there is nothing that so nearly ap
proaches a blank cartridge, if its only
foundation is in malice. When the
great man himself furnishes tho am
munition, that is quite a different thing,
He cannot complain if his own words
and acts are used to riddle him. His
enemies may be awakened to fresh ac
tivity by baseless attacks, but Bueh as
saults simply strcDglhon him with his
friends and the unbiased public. Indeed,
the American people cling to their idols
with a rare tenacity, and with a devo
tion that nothing short of damning
proof cau overturn." The comments of
the Tribune are true. The Radical pa
pers make no personal war upon such
men as Thurman, and the Democratic
jiress treat with personal respect Bout
well, Anthony and Morrill, because any
attack on their personal integrity would
ouiy injure the assailant. The public
man who seekB to avoid scrutiny, or
shrinks from investigation, is Justly sub
ject to suspicion; and he who cannot
bear the test of a thorough discussion is
unworthy of public confidence. Men in
oillee and men aspiring to office are now
tested by the magnifying lens of public
observation. That tax of criticism, cen
Buro or praisa which has teen lafd on
greatness, h&3 been pretty rigidly en
f ireed in all ages and in all countries.
But of late years, in the United States,
where we have credit mobiliers, lobby
ists like Irvine and King, members of
r- ngress like Ames and Pomeroy and
Khumaker, municipal officials like
Twee J, and preachers like Beecher, this
tax has fallen more heavily than usuul.
Tho press and the people seem to think
that the privilege of levylog this im
post on public men has become a vested
rig .t, and that noman is entitled topub
1'C confidence till his character has been
duJy cudgeled to extract tho Iait parti
cie of dross in order to qualify it, by this
purgatorial process, for its future useful
ness and happiness. The men ?ho are
t wiing at the press have nobody to
tiame but themselves. Kothiug is o
injurious to a newspaper as a slanderous
an! unjust assault upon a good man;
i the increasing circulation and power
of the newspapers, and the retiracy of
th men they have exposed, is an unerr
i g indication as to the injustice which
has been done the knaves who sc ak to
avenge their shame by abusiug t
tho Tcskaloosa Jemisooe, traveled and
spofee tcgetber in North Alabama, ad
vocating the force bill, civil right, and
military rule. Hon. Burwell Lewis ex
posed Jemison as an irrjv.-ster, declaring
that he knew all. of the Tu'-kaloosa
Jemisons, and that tiiis dirty tool of
White was not a member of that fami
ly. Jemison afterward went to Hunts
Vilie, and acted as an agent for tho ne
gro immigration commission o( Missis
sippi. He tucceeded in deluding many
nejjroes into celling out their homes and
startirrg for Mississippi. He very kind
ly sold their stock aud effects at auction,
shipped the negroes to Corinth, and fur
nished them with bogus transportation
papers to reach the interior of Missis
f-irwi. He disappeared, and the poor
negroes were left in a starving condi
lion at Corinth, unable to go forward or
to return to their old homes. Wo are
glad to learn that this friend of Hon,
Aleck White is now in jail.
Thk very interesting account, which
appeared in the Appeal a few days
since, of the killing of George Miller
and the robbing of the Union bank at
Jackson, Tenuessf e, should have been
credited to the Jackson &un. This arti
cle was full of thrilling interest, highly-
creditable to our enterprising cotempo-
rary, and he should have full credit for
it, which we regret was not properly
given at the time of publication in the
regard to the situation in Herzegovinia.
The Servians have opened subscriptions
in alcljof the insurrection, and mush ex
citement prevails in the principality.
A man who gavehis name as Thomas
Grubbs was arrested in East St. Louis
Saturday on suspicion of having been
conuecltd with tiie murder of Engineer
Eamep and the attempted robbery of the
Adams express company at Longpoint,
on the Vaudalia railroad, oa the eightli
The assistant-treasurer at New York
has beeu directed by the secretary of the
treahury to sell oId during the month
of Augtut as follows: One and one and
a half milhou dollars on the first and
third Thursdavs each, and one million
dollars on the second and fourth Thurs
days each; total, five millions.
Augustus Htorrs, treasurer of tho
Plymouth church, has paid to Henry
Ward Beecher thirty thousand dollars,
as tl.e first installment of the one hun
dred thousand dollars salary. It is
somewhat authoritatively stated that
the Plymouth church intends to raise
eighty thousand dollars additional sal
a'y. Henri Rochefort.on t,he tenth instant,
sent to M. Paul de Cassagnac calling
him to come to Geneva with his sec
onds. M. M. Perin and an ordinaire
having consented Co act as Rochefort's
seconds, have met Prince Alexander de
Wagran and Count Harrison, Cassag
nac's seconds.in Paris, but have failed as
yet to arrange the- terms of the duel.
A negro named .tienry Wright made
r bet with a friend in Columbus, Ohio,
Saturday night, that he cculdn't drink
a quart of raw whisky and eight glasses
of beer in half an h.iur, which he did,
but at the inquest Sunday morning the
coroner returned a verdict that the de
ceased came to his death from an over
dose of whisky and bjer drank in too
short a time.
ILL OKFKIt G RE AT BAHUAINB TfllS
week in STAPLE ANU fASL'X
Table Linens, Uen( Fnrnisblns Soodc,
SKOE3, Cbenpc-st In Hie city.
Call early and secure BARGAINS, aa
The City of Brooklyn has arrived at
The steamer Dakata, from Liverpool,
arrived at JNewjxirt baturday.
The steamer Esrypt, from Liverpool,
arriveu at -ew xorii Saturday.
The steamer Indiana, from Liverpool.
arrived at Philadelphia (Saturday.
The steamer Algeria, from New York.
arriveu at ueenstowu faaturuay.
The Bear Ridge colliery, at Mahoney
City, Pennsylvania, burned Sunday.
There was a terrible storm in the vi
cinity of Kanbas City, Missouri, Satur
The City hotel, at Athens, Alabama ft a V T7I? R i UHSUD 9 fA
was burned Saturday. Lo3a three thou- M 1 5 liljiilj 11151 SIX & UUi
HGvlK TOKRAJfC'IC. THCW. WELLffOKJJ
jlsw Tvua w. a b. jfes a lo
Buecsscors to Hueh Torranca 4 Boa,
Sfcnenu Coininlssien Merchants,
GDK. Cjhimarclii! Bote! Esm?, Tflnb
226 aggt-UTi stroet.
J. A. SHAKE, DIt. A. HARRIS. A. O. HARRIS
SMNH, mm k 00.,
2m Front St..
The harvest prospects in England are
improving, owing to the prevalence of
Miss Martin and Mies Hamilton were
drowned in the river at Brantford, On
Nine thousand persons were at the
Lawrenco county, Ohio, convention at
An immeneo meeting In favor of am
nesty for the Fenian convicts was held
in London Sunday.
The Herzegovini&ns have beaten the
Turks, and taken three guns and a hun
dred stand of arms.
John Conlau, an employe at the stone
quarry at Columbus, Ohio, was drowned
wnne naming auuuay.
William Spence was shot and killed
in Carbonville, Illinois, Saturday night,
and his store ransacked.
Francis Dans died in Bcston Satur
day. He was for many years identified
in the boot and shoe trade.
Two-thirds of tho town of Ereary.k,
in the government of Orel, Prussia, was
destroyed Friday morning.
The announcement at Little Reck.
Saturday, of the death of Andrew John
son created profound sorrow.
A steam-mill and shop3 in Kenne
beck, Maine, burned Fridnv niirht: also
a bark nearly ready to launch.
The steamer Cornwall, from Bristol.
and the Alexander, from Mediterranean
porte, arrived at New York Saturday.
Alfred Vausickle, ayounc fsrmer.shot
and killed his wife Thursday morninc
near Alton, Iowa.aud then shot himself.
L D. Hebberd'a lard-oil manufactory
in Long Island City burned Sundav
night. Loss seventy-five thousand dollars.
The representative journalists of New
York and neighborhood returned from
their excursion over tho Erie railroad
Twenty-five deaths out of seventy-two
cases of yellow-fever &t Barrancas.
Three new cases and ene death since
Rev. Dr. James Richards. Presbvte-
(BsccMsora 10 Foster, Kealhofer & Co,,
y! asrCTk. F, V9 aaa corns, ,ri
86G FBORT 8TSSET.
JAMES FI.AHEBTV J. J. SULLIVAN.
FMEiRTY k mmm,
sarLlbPral advances made on consign
ments. Hashing, Kope and Ties furnished to
AGENTS FOR SMITH'S GIN.
Keferkncks by Permission. Union and
PianterB Bank, State National Hank. y8
MOORE, EMERY & CO.
(Successors to Stanton & Moore,)
SROGBES, COTTQH FACTORS
MO. 322 FilOKT STREET,
SDtClal attention sriven tnTSiA Halo nffTntlnn
Wheat and produce generally. JulldAW,
si oi mw.
ladies' Suits at $1.
Ladies' Bnits at $2,
Ladies' Suits at $S,
Children's Dresses at 50e and $1.
STABLISIlr.I IS JO.
J.&J, STEELE & SO.,
6R0CEBS & COTTON FACTORS,
Ho. 1 Exchange Building,
ICS Front Street
f mphls, Tenn.
AKE prepared to handle WHEAT on com
mlfHlon. Sacks rurnUbed "ii orders.
k- J A -j j : '.1
TO MERCHANTS ASD BANKERS.
TKIESDS ( u can hive your leiier-
Heads and other
ChecH BooSs, BUl
mm if SBEAT BAR8AINS. I
At a IScduciion ot One-Third.
A I.ino of 25c Percales at 52 l-2o.
A Largo Line of assorted Dress Goods at 10c.
Fine Linen Lawns at 30c.
Sine Quality Tast-Colored Lawns at 12 l-2o.
Ladies' Ties at 15c. Hosiery Cheap.
Fans at half price. Fanoy Goods at a Sacrifice.
Cheap Prints. Cheap Domestics.
Remnants at half price. Silk Parasols at 81.
- - - an- - ij.
. 1 1 "
donf as cheap, here In MtMI'JIIS a? In ST
LOUIS or NKW VOUK.
I will duplicate any order, lorany quantity
and KUnraiiU'e as good paper, as any house In
the United Mtatee. Lei us all support home
5S5. O. QO,
Job Printer and Uookbinder,
XO. 15 COPKT STltEET.
BNIYiRSITY OF TIB6IRIA,
M n'"n UW (nine weeks
wi .be 1 i 1 tn July,I-75, and end lsihSeptem
Ur llsi i rovt,i of snal nse. 1st-to stn
aen'.s K- t punua tholr atadle? at thta
oroth-i i.iw -wuool; Mtn thosa who proposa
U.fctud.v privately; :kl to young practitioners
wtio ' m qui had the advantage ot system
atic iutiuft!on. For circular apply (P. O.
I u.ersity .f Va.) to JOHN B. iUNOB, Prof,
t'r-ni. acd Mtat. Law. InlS
CWuer Mala arul o?rs4 S4seeSs.
FDREHAL UHDEBTAKER8, ii
317 arid 318 Second Street,
Near Monroe : : : : MEMPHIS, THNN.
Flegant. Robes, Qc r ' "silts, and all kinds of
Lomn -XTimmings lor sale Special attention
inuu iu mu itcinovai oi nemams. jyiu
Also, Roman, Kceae's and Farias.
FOR Walks, ClstcrnK, Fountains, Stable-;, Ce
dars, Bridges, Reservoirs, Breweries, etc.
A Practical Treaties on Cement jurnlsr d free.
S. L. MKRUXIAKT & CO.,
rayZi 7C South St., Now Yotk.
OPS October 1; continues through nine
month. Jt is organized la schcold on the
elective tystem, with full courses In CJafclc?,
Literature, Scienco (with practice in Chemical
and Physical laboratories , in Law, Medicine,
engineering, Teaching and Agriculture. Ap
ply for Catalogues lo JAMES f. llAItUISON.
Chairman, P. o. University of Virginia, Albe
ainrle County, Virginia. yi3
rian ftlflrirvmsn. nf flhariMtnn Wout I
Virginia, died at Edlnbure. Scotland. i-SIXj ,:23Ttu!a.?E3.
, i i
Tho national aasemblv in Veraaillos
has voted thirty thousand francs for the
French exhibition at the Philadelphia
Capalaud's saw-mill at Lapeer, Mich
agan, burned Saturday with about three
million feet of lumber. Loss fort v thou.
ViLlCH WAS REPSmrB AT
H Cfl i Tf r ri a B m Ta n
In order to reduce our stock previous to onr annual stock-taking !n July, we will sell
FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC., IT COST FOE CASH,
This Is an opportunity for thoe wanting firt-class goods In our line to ouiflh nt lew Drines
.nan was ever offered in this city.
STOCK COMPLETE IU EVERY BBJARTESlgNT.
tti. '-G8ALS DEAL ESS 5595
AND DEALER IS
Flue Jewelry, Wnlcl-.cn, clocks, Vanes,
Solid Gold Watches from tn Pxm. Bnllrt
Gold Chains from 815 to $150. The celebrated
Elgin Watch (silver). 20 to S75. Silver Im.
Sorted Watohes, s.5 to 10. Solid Gold 18 carat
lngs, warranted perfect, SI EO per penuy
welgbt; auil other tulngaln proportion.
Keiiairing in all Its branches, and setting of
precious stones, and matching odd jewelry.
u iinir cuam nu pipe mountings a special
ty. School Medals. Jewels. Stencils. Henlo
etc. old gold and silver wantcJ.
SOS Neconrt street - - Memnlila. Tf nn
LAH6E FIRST - CLASH FIRE AND
FOR SALF, at great reduction from cost.
Hall'4 Date lit vault with hnrinr.nronf
uuiuuiuuuuu jocks, in perrectoruer: outside
measure 6 by bi feet, and 3 feet depth: in
side meaxure 5 bv 4 feet, and IS InnhM ilonth
Suitable for flwt-class banker, or for papers,
books and records of the courts and officers of
a county. Terms easy.
jyis f I1E1NRY G. SMITH.
2G3 SECOXI STK33ET,
Oppnsito Court Kqnnre.
SOUTHERN HOME SCHOOL,
-t Q"7 and 199 N Charl&s mjeeJ, Baltimore
i-O I Md. EstabliKhed 1S1J. Hoarding and
day school for young ladled. Principals Mr
and Mrs. Wilton M. Cary, Mrs. Utneral John
gg'Krench Hie Language spoken. jy27
SIOriiEK rsnai.E rOLLCOi; Lexing
ton, Ky. Faculty able. Extensive grounds.
Excellent buildings. Id by fcS feet, four surlef?,
containing 125 apartments n'c3 recitation,
ornamental, play and bath rooms; wanned
by steam and lighted with gas. Only two
youn la'lis occupy a room. Cost of lm
prov. ments over tlOOJW. Fall term com
menc-H f-eptember 13. 1S75. Kor pata'osues,
addiess, J. M. HOCKER, Proprietor. Jji7
Asgust 28 1875,
T)ARTIE3AND FAMILIES DESIRING TO
i visit aonlvaie springs, can aave
LOW SPECIAL KATES,
bv sending number and ages of children, e!
Address lor pamphlet and 'erms,
JOSEPH L. KING,
Iy7 Montvale bprlngs. East Tennessee.
At St, Louis and Jfew Yor-t Prices,
KM FAFSS--609D WOB!
226 & 228 PROffT STREET. MEMPHIS.
ft'e. 5 Ccnrt gJrt.
1 in tho best possible way,
39 Front Street, Meui5IsI,
WINBHIPB Improved Gin. P. ice, ?3 50 per saw.
)!itunnnD-ut,lr0,"fSa bteam Power Pressas. Prises from 5110 to E60.
MR. IIAVI3 WASTCDIS HUUTU CAKO
Tne Morning Mar, an able paper pub
hhed at Wilmington, North Carolina
eays: "Now that Mr. JelTerfcon Davij
&as declined the presidency of the
Bryan Agricultural college, in Texas
with its email salary of four thousand
J. lars a year, the University of North
Carolina should tender him its nresi
'ptiey with a salary of at least double
f at um and large liberty of suggestion
at-d control of the institution. Perhaps
a- wouiu accept the position. It would
' at all interfere with the prosecution
' th.? historical worfe onwhich.it is
ea .1, he is at present engaged, but on
tf.f c-outrary, would, by location and as
KtH-iation, materially assist him in his
jatriotic purpose. Governor Graham
an i Mr. George Davis, of North Caro.
i.na, will not accept the position for tat
factory reasons. Ex-President Davis
ij the one man out of the Btate who
c aid infuse new life into theeluceish
v lusof old Chapel Hill; Indeed he is
perhaps the one man who can give tho
i niversiiy or iSorth Carolina at the
Htart a guaranteed career of brilliant suc
cess on a basis promising permanency."
Tbefate-of the Freedmen's bank did
caucti toward opening the eyes of the
ouored people. It convinced them that
'mO white Radicals, who pretended to
i ive them so dearly, only desired to use
uu m for their selfish purpc&e3. Almost
every day we read some account of the
rx.aaner in which the negro has been
wiiidled by the carpetbagger. A case
hits recently occurred which should fur-
ish another warning as to the villainy
f U.e carpetbagger. In tte last State
tanvasa in Alabama, Aleck White, and
a man calling himself Rev. J. 1. Jeinl
soj, and claiming to bs a kinsman of
Daniel Brown, colored, was shot dead
by Officer M'Douald duriuc: a disturb-
auce iu a i-all-room in Baltimore Satur
Judge Barrett, in New York. Satur
day, refused to vacate the order of arrest
on the six million tirit against Wm.
Tweed, or to reduce his bail.
The steamships City of Berlin and
Frisia, from New York; Illinois, from
Philadelphia, and Peruvian, from Mon
treal, have arrived at London.
Schmall & Fraweilter, propriefors of
an extensive Jager-beer brewery at
Marlon, New York, failed for about
seventy-five thcuutnJ dollars.
The last span across the Missouri
river at Atchison, Kansas, was swuug
Saturday, and traics aud vehicles will
be able to pass over it iu about a week.
The scoundrel Colonel Baker has
'entenced to jail for twelve months and
to pay a flue of five thousand pounds
for an iudeceut assault ou a young ladv
in a railroad car.
The uew iron bridge of the Erie rail
road over the Genesee Falls at Portage,
New York, wa3 put to a test Saturday.
After the examination the test was pro
H. W. Beecher will deliver the an
nual address at the New England and
New Hampshire Agriculture fcdr, to be
held at Manchester, September 7th to
the 10th, inclusive.
The flouring-mill at Darr, seventeen
miles south of Grand Rapids, Michigan,
twelve thousand dollar?; insurance,
three thousand dollars.
A dispatch from Atnhianri.
says that a inau named Hurst killed his
wire uy cuttinfj h. r thi oat with alarms
pruning-knife. last Tnuituav. at Whim
Cloud. He was arrested.
The Broadwocd weaving farnrv. t
Belfast, Ireland, burned Saturday. "Loss"
seven hundred and firtv lhonsnm! ini.
lars, and seven hundred persons are
thrown out of employment.
A teleeram from Washimrtan. Rtnr.
day, statel that the report of the acci
dent to the excursion steamer of the Po
tomac river Sunday lacked confirma
tion and was probably untrue.
As a mark of respect to Ex-President
Johnsonithe llsg was at half-mast from
theatail over the music stand of the ex-
hecutive mansion, and from the various
public buildings iu Washington.
dispatch from Berne says that four
the strikim: workmen on tho tst.
Gathard tunnel were killed and eight
wounded when the Swiss troD3 at-
tacked.the strikers Thursday. The mtu
have resumed work.
An order has been indued from the
postofllce department ia Washincton to
include tho Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
posioiuce in me list oi iirst-c!asa lettei-
carrier otllces, and the pay of carriers has
oeeu increaseu accordingly.
A dispatch from Kansas City to the
tst. Louis Globe-Democrat says that
Robert E. Cara, president of the Kansas
Pacific railway, announces that the traf
fic contract recently mado between that
road and the St. Louis, Kansas Citvaul
Northern lice lias been annulled.
A dispatch from Belirrade, Austria.
says that Prince Milan has gone to Vi
enna to comer witu tue foreign office In
X That by virtue of two writs of venditioni
exponas to mo directed from the Honorable
fin v-ucuii iuuri, or aneiny county, Ten
nessee, in the case of L. E. Wright versus B.
J. Eddlns, Judgments rendered on the23dd:iy
ct March, 1876, fortbo aggregate sum of four
iiuuuieu aiia tweniy-nvo dollars and sixty-
...i.. uiA.n wuu xuLvre5L anu cohi oi suit, to
J jWJgUltUI, VIU X Will Oil
luesaaj, Uio I7thdEy of AHgng', '875,
in le?al hOUrS. in fmilt nf fhn tnnriim-,en
Memphis, Teuni-isee, , oceed to Fell, to the
highest bidder, for cash, the following de-
&iut;u pruperry, lo-wit:
Lot No. 5, Ot block Si. of W. D. Dunn's Knli.
division, frontinc en Dubosu arnnnn. ii nnt.i
in tho city of Memphis, Shelby county. Ten-
uosscc,o.;n:u iruuiKDunieei aeep, contain
ing a house. Lot No. 17, according to the plan
of subdivision of the W. I. Dnnn lauds, situ
ated In the city of Memphis, Shelby county.
1 ennessee, on South fide of Spring strt el, 112
leet front and 2W) feet deep. couUiininl' n
i.uuuio icuuujeni uouse uax JNO. 3. ot block
i,iFi uic v.n. uunnsuoitivlsion.trontiDKon
nolsl,reet' 1t"!ed lu the city ol Mem
phis, Shelby county, Tennessee, filly leet
riontifc feet, deep, coutalnlnga home.
Levied on as the property of defendant, B.
C. L. ANDERSON,
.. ".erIff " "helby county, Tenn.
Jiempnis. lain day of Jnly. lb7-3. Jy23
Mrs. Cnthbort'a Boarding and
School for Young Ladle?,,
OFFICE OF THE AMERICAN COTTON TIE COMPANY,
s No. 48 Cakondilkt Street,
n kw uhi.:asi June 16, lb7o.
SPECIAL ARROW COTTOH" TIE
souuiwesi. uiai mis institution wil rn-nnon
on Monday, September 13tb, In its new and
commodious building. Sixteenth and Pino
streets, St. Louis. This budding, known as
the City University, has been remodeled and
fitted up, making it one of the finest school
buildines in the, west. Mcnv rrllltina liavo
been added and the school mav now he r-n,,.
sideied complete in all its departments. Kef
eiences can be given in aU the western and
Address for catalogues and Information,
MK3.LLOENIA CUTHBH.RT St Louis.
JiTO. 59 Franlilln st'eet (between Cathedral
and Parkl. Baltimore. Jlarvlaml. Tho
T HI II TEENTIi ANNUAL SESSION of this
Encllsh and French Bonnllni? nm! tinvr
School for young ladies, will reopen on
TliUItSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16TU.
For circulars address,
Royal Eavaaa Lottery, 1875
half cents per pound
PHICE LIST, JUNE 10, 1875, AT WAR3H0USE, NEW OBjLSSANS.
In lotN nmler 300 Bnnc!le...
In IoIh of 500
In lota fiT ,0U'J
3 1.3 cla.
n 1-2 "
per lb. net.
P.. W. BAYNE & CO..
5D'I Acents Amei-lenn 4!ollnu Tie Co.. New Orleans.
J. A. SJUNT.
(Successors to Fargason & Clav,)
Oa Saturday, August 7, 1875.
No 3382. In the Second Chancery .Court ol
Shelby county, Tennessee-J. j. Mhoon,
guardian, elc, vs. Annie Abercrombie, et al.
TjY virtue ot an order of falo made In this
X3 cauhe. on J a ly o, lS7o, minute book 6, pa
liibautl 3o9.I will sell, at nubile anctlnn. mi
highest bidder, within legal hours, In front of
the county court house, corner Main and Fop-
SatHrdajj August 7, 1875.
the following described real estato to-wlt : Be
ginning on W. Hardin's south line, isji chains
wesiot nis soutneast corner, rnnnlng thence
southwardly oa a line parallel with ine east
linooi ou-acre iraci oeioniriiiL' lo Ann h Aher.
cromble to the northeast bank ot Cypress
creek, thence down said creek with Its mean-
ueiings io us intersection with said Hardin's
south line, thence eat with said Hardln'3
wjuui lino I.-J4 cnams to tne beginning, con
taining acres more or less, being th west
portion ot tne said Annie Abercrombie's 50-
aere trac, situate, lying and being In the
coun.yoi oneiDy, iennesi.ee.
lennsol Sale One-third cash, balanceln 0
anu n inonins, notes witn approved security.
xucu iciuiucu, it'uuiuuuua uarreu.
This July 12, 1S75. "
M. 1). L. STEWART, Clerk and Master.
By Ueo. Mallery, 1). C. and fil.
C. W. Frazer, Sol. forConiplalnant. JyI3
On Satcrdaj, August 7, 1875.
i.o. iss.m tne second Chancory Court of
Khelby county, Tennessee.-J. D. Williams.
rY virtue of ru order of sale made In the
aoovB cause, en j ui- a, X67S, minute book
n, pugts aio ana si, i win son at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder, on
Saturday, August 7,1875,
wi;uin legal nours, in uont or the conntv
courthouie corner Main and Poplar streets
Memphis. Tennessee, the following described
real ebtate, to-wlt. in tho city oi Memnhls
A I lV r , ,1 , A nt fP . " 7
OBIIIKAKT I) HAWING BAYS.
Class No. 950. on the Wh of July.
Class No. S51 on the 29th of Jul v.
i.u. ..ou ine mnoi August.
nas No. I-5J ..on the 30th of August.
CIpss No. 851 on the 17th ol SeDtcmber.
flJ Prizes and SISil.ftiO to lm lllslrlhnlwl ear-1.
luia Lottery never po t pone tho drawing or
fall in anything promised. Official list of
prizes sent to every purchaser of t icket. Kmni
money by postomce order, registered letter,
express or draft Bend for circular. All prizes
cashed at the rate of exchange.
Prices of Whale ilclcetn s5i- TToii T-1.b-nf
810: Quarter Ticket $5: Fifth Tielref Tontc
Ticket, S2. Address all orders to
Ju6 1C8 Common stieet. New Orleans Lah
COTTON PRESS FACTORY,
HO. 122 LIHDKS STREXT,
iVKOUwHT IKON SCREW PRESS,
rpms PRESS Is now In nse In sis States. It I
A lias sioou tne test ni nvn tmh nnd ia
abundantly proven to be the most durable,
convenient and reliable ono ever Introduced.
it is maueio run oy nana, norse or steam
power. I alt-o manufacture the CHEEK COT
TON STALK CRUSHER, which for tlpnrtn
. .uDuiuBtrtinid luvtuuuuii; iu tue piaaier.
All orders for either Press or Crasher must be
addressed to Porter, Taylor t Co., No.35 Union
street, Memphis, Tenn. M. D. CHEEK,
jyo ro. i6a uernando street, Memphis.
Ones in Irvine Eloeit,
3i5 Ujinii itr.i. nn-colta SfAcssbli,
LOUISVILLE & MkmU
2 ST5TS rS; TT" 2Z7? a rf!r?rB-,'TS
Nog. 38Q Front and 32 Civnton treats. Momcliis. Teno
A. C.TSJSAD WELL. A B, ThEaJIWELL. B, D. EEEADWELS.
1 14SH0L1 AND PELICAN
Slagnolia Cln, SI pir uair; Pelican Gli3,$4 50 versavr.
DEERINS HORSE POWBS MB GOLBMAH COENMD WBBAT MILL,
GULXBTT, ABY & CO,, Agents,
have their Gin Saws Filed
sible wav. and their Utns
thoroughly overhanled and pu In No. 1 order,
by Ji. W. HICKMAN. He can also furnish the
oia-styio uore-Power or the best timber, with
iron uauuwntei biiaiu buuus uins, uin
feeaera, Llnters, and tiling Machines to
oruer. can furnish alraoAtany variety of Gin
uiaieriai. a lew seconu-uanu uins lor sale.
For furtlitr particulars innuire of
Jyl7 N0.CG6 Main St., Memphis Tenn.
QITUATED AMONG THE
ij Middle Tenne see, onN.
Jlnury Conniy, Tenn,
. W.WEBB, A. M J. M. WE3B, A.M
I. It. it..
miles south of Nashville. Students enjoy ttie
MutKutavH 01 uuuu wier, pure air aiid com
fortable homes In the ben families iu that of
me principals 11 preierreu. in the Commer,
cial Course, the use (reading, writing and
speaking) and principles (grammar, rhetoric
aud criticism) of the English Language, Of-o-
grupiiy, iiiMiory, ueraenii 01 acieuce. Math
ematics and BooS-Keeplng are thoroughly
taught. Tho Classical course lncladei the
stuales mentioned, together with the critical
reading of standard Latin, Greek, French and
German authors. Those who complete the
(move are prepareu 10 pursue a university
course with profit. Board Including fuel,
lights and washing. S.2 per month. Tuition
per lession of 0 weeks, Si5. The next session
oegins August y, ibia.
The Principals enjoyed a four years prepar
atory training by the Blngbams of N. C, and
were nrst honor men In tlieir rei-pectlve
classes at me university 01 r. c, unuer Uov.
Swan's administration. We refer by permis
slon to Bishops Paine, McTyelre and atarvin;
Hon. Wm. S Fleming and Hev. J. C. Mitchell,
D.V., Pastor Presbyterian Church, Columbia,
Tenn.; Kev. W. Sloddert, Pastor Presbyterian
cnurcu, i-.ynnvme, xenn. bena iur circulars
WE HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED
onrseives tgether under the name and
stylo of STAN ION, POTTER CO.. for tho
purpose of doing a Wfiolrsnlc Grocery,
Provision amlUrneral I ommllcu busi
ness. We have engaged the services of Mr.
W.B.Staley, late with 1). H. Townsend, to
take charge of the office. Would i-oliclt, and
will make liberal advances, prompt sal and
returns on consignments. Bringing, as we do,
an experience of over & quarter of a centnrv
In a similar line of business In 'his clty.think
we know the wants ol the trade, and are un
titled to a sharo or consideration from pur
chasers In our line, and would ask mat they
call upon us oa or about September flis1,
when we propose having a c implete "lock of
Staple Groceries and Provision?. So.
Front street, between Madison and Court.
J. S. STANTON,
MEMrilis, July II, 1375. jy!5
A FORTUNE FOR
LtxlUid i?A.utktTitj "I ftXt LffitUtxri.
TkisU $1 u:h. Six for $5. Oni Chun Ii u,rj S.
nfth Extraerdlniry Urawiag,
1 Gash Prize of 9100,000
1 Cash Prizo of 60,000
1 Cash Prize of 35,000
X Gash Prize of 20,000
61,025 Cash Prizes amounting to $360,000
narlfk. Pr.l .f Eo.rd or "Tnd. Th Mam4 h. rc......
iuui. TkW Tlek.l n.ld.n. II. teli W Jijp Ii
Oknlux. Adr... Ui. kttnlf tr,
J. M. PATTEE, Laramla Cft. Woiernc.
. Uruli C!lr liHtM CUm tSXt&t ZiCrwL k.
No. 1119. Iii tho Second Chancery Court of
Shelay County, Tennessee J. J. Kaiser vs.
BY virtue or an order of salt nade In this
cause, ou the Zid U June, ls:o, M. B. e. pp.
liauu 211, 1 will sell at public auction, to tho
hlghti bidder, within legal hours. In front or
tho county courthouse, roniei Main and
Poplar streets, Memphis, Tennessee, on
Satnrdaj, Avg-ai ;23, 1875,
the following described real estate, or so mnca
thereof ai may be necehsary to satisfy thu
Judgmmt herein, to-wlt: tiltnute In Shelby
county, stato of Teunes;eo, on the southeast
corner of Fourtn and Kerr streets, Chelsea,
belug "l'-i feet front oa Fourth street and IMS,
feet on Kerr street.
Terms of Sale On a credit of 6ix months,
note wltu approved security. Hen retameJ.
equity of redemption barret!.
XhUJuly in, lb75.
M. D. L. STKWART, Clerk and Master.
By George Mallery, Deputy C. and M.
Walker Ilorrlgan. Att'ys. jy7
SOTICE is mauiirjmY.
In the District Court of the United States for
tho District of Ws Tenneosee. In the mat
ter of T. S. Jukes, Bankrupt. In Bank
ruptcy. To the Creditors of raid Bankrupt:
'I1AKK NOTICE, That 1 have tiled my tlnal
X accounts as sssignee of the esUteof dd
Bankrupt, In sold Court, and that on the 10th.
day of August, next, 1 shall apply to said
Court forthesettl"mentof my accounts and a
discharge from all liability as assignee of saU
estate, in accordance with the provisions o"f
ths 2-th section of the act of Congress entitled
'An act to establish a unirorin system of
bankruptcy throughout the United States."
approved March 2, iso7.
Jy31 T. L. KISK. Assignee.
On Satnrdaj, Angust 7, 183fi.
No. 227. In the Sf cond Chanoery Court of
Shelby county, Tennessee. John Joyce, et
al., vs. Mary Olancey, executrix, etc.
t? Y vlitne of an orterof Rile made In thl3
D cane cn 5th of May, 1S75, minute book V.
page H3,etc, I will t,ell at public auction, to
the highest bidder, within legal hours, in Iront
of the county courthouse, corner Main and
Poplar streets, city of Memphis, Tennessee, on
Satnrfaj, Aiigiut 7, 1875,
tho following described reil estate, to-wlt:
Situated, lying and brltig in the county ot
Shelby and State of Tennessee, ana In the city
of Memphis, viz.: One lot fronting on Front
Ko-v, In said city, U- feet, and rnnnlng back
Wi ftmt to Center Alley, and upon which la
bliuAted two brick ard one frame building,
and same lot now occupied by defendant near
the corner of Jackson street and Front Kow,
and known by its hou.e No. as lot fc8.
Terms of Sale Cash.
M. D. L. STEWAllT, Clerk and Master.
A copy Attest:
By Geo. Mallery, D. C and M.
Oantt A McDowell, Sols, for CompPt, JyI3
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN'.
That oy virtue of a vendit'onlexDonns iA
meclrected from the Honorable Second Cir
cuit Court of Snelby county, Tennessee, ia
the case of Kobert Ponlow vd.Thnmi.i'J,.i.
gan, Judgment rendered on the ISthor July.
1X72, lor the sum of si . hundred aud twenty
nine dollars, with Interest and costs of suit
to satisfy said judgment, etc.,1 will, on
Fridaj, llio 20Ui Cay of Angnsf, 1875,
in legal houra, In front of the courthouse.
Memphis. Tennessee, nrnppfl ix 11
highest bidder, for cash, the :o.lowlng des
cribed property, to-wlt:
The undivided Interest nf Tfc
in nnd to 153 acres of Jas. k'lmhiB';.iu,
survey In Section 1. Bango 7, Shelby county.
Tennessee, beginning at a stake on the south
east bank of Nonconnah croek.south west cor
ner of bridge across said creek nn Pii,i,
Boost roai. at a uo-t nr tun ti ,nii,To.
thence down the southeast bank of said creek.
40 chains to the Intersection of sild bank with
thenouth line of Jas. Kimble's fO-acre entnr
No. 103; thence west 2) chains and 30 links to
the southeast corner of asnbtlivlsln.. r .,1
2560 acre tract ; thence north &l chains and 69
""" cenier oi said road:
thence with theceuterof said rod south 711-5
east across said b ldge one chain and M Unas,
to tho bOilnnlng.sw described in boon 64. Dart
1, PPE6 684. etc in Itesi.teiV n-n m,,v,
county, subject to a homestnai
declaration of defendant Carrigan In book )
page US, In Register's office, Shelby cu utyl
Tenntfsee, Including about eighteen ac eg
more or less.
Levied on as tho property or defendant.
Thomas tarrigan, to satitfy said Judgment!
o, . , C- ANDERSON,
Sheriff of Shelby county, Tenn.
By W. D. Cannon. U.S. "
Memphis, 24th day or July, 1875.
P. J. Mnlvlhlll, attorney for pPn'fl".
HOT1CE 13 BASKRBPICr.
In the District Court of the United State?, for
icuuersetr. in me mat
ter or Roger Madison, Bankrupt. In Bank-
To the Credltois of i-ald Bankrupt:
I -V.lll-t. lha. a general meeting of
auo,r5,V fld J,acJ"npt will be held
at the otllce or T. J. Latham, Esq.. Keulster m
BanBruntcv forsal.I nutriw .t. V..,.. r
356 Second street, on tho 13th day 0 August,"
1S75, at 11 o'clock a.m., for the purpose ot de-
uiar.ug ursi anu unai dividend
1 also give notice lhat 1 have filed my final
accounts as assicnpfi nf tho ,.t. . ..r7
bankrupt, In fala Court, and that on the 13th
day of Augubt, next. 1 shall apply to salu
Court for the settlement of my accsunts and
a discharge fiom all llablliiv oa n.i r
salu es'ate. In accordance with the provisions
o. the 2nh section of an act of Congress en-utle-l
'-An act to establish a uniiorm system
ol bankruptcy throusrhont the iintto.i u,i
nnnrnvil Unri.h i.t '
J H. BROWN, Coahoma county, Mlsslsslppls
ua w. ur.A ur.tt..
B. M. 8TRATTON, rormerly with Porter
Brown, Alexander, Stratton &. Co.
Wis have this day admitted k.m simtinn
TF as a member of nnr flrrn. .ml t,
tinue tho Cotton and Commission buslnes
under the above named style of firm at our
old olHce, No.10 Union street, Magnolia nlock.
J"" lfY it ALKAAMDKK.
'pitjs insolvency or the estate or Fletcher
JL Lano, deceased, having been suggested at
the July term of thn Prnhoto fVktirt all na
sons having claims against said estate are no
tified to appear and Hio th. same, with tho
Clerk of the Connty Court, authenticated in
u im,hD?er PrS?crlU011 hy law, on or before
This JulyTC,lS75. AdrnlnLtrator.
county of Shelby and btalo of Tennetsee. and
loiiows: Lot 8 lu block Jii in
South Memphis, beginning at thelntprwtinr,
ui uie east siue 01 me auey, ociween Main
and enemy streets, with the north side of
ireicmui street, auu running tnence easl-
wuu wim ujoiiuriu siue 01 irezevant street
Su feet, thence northward at rieht nnolra n-ith
Itezevant Ktrtct IU) feet, thence westward 50
leeiiooasi ime 01 saiu auey, tnence south
ward with east sldeof the alley 150 teettothe
'lenns of Sale On a credit nrciTmnnii,.
Hircbaser executing note bearing Interest
rom date of nie, with approved security. Hen
retained, redemption barred,
xmsjuiy 12, ib7S.
U. D. L. STEWART. Cleric nH r.
By Geo. Mallery. D. C. and M.
Meriwether & Scales, Sols, for Compl'ts. JyI3
Express train leaves dally (except
Sundays) at . 30a.u
Mall train leaves dally... li-non t.i
Accommodation Train leaves dally
Pullman Palace Sleenlnz-Caraon all nicht
1 cr uoketa or lnforma! ion apply ot
Ticiet OScc, No. 297 Mala Street.
JOHN T. FLYSN.Kon'lM.miihl. ti
JAMES KpeaD.Tieknt Assnt.
230 Main Street, East side.
POMESiJYAIj BMIIGTOf IT
that stops many unnecessary dollars ftSS d.SnS '.Ur
MA fffihortemS'-fSSi an,d !? ch0Ddvo to g.xKl health, it.le
Bread, Cakes and Paltry made with it win ,0.,lKnte2 the carefl or housekeeping,
theoldandyonng. Howkeepersshomd ' ?nny, T,ep?' ?na.brlD8 tne Woomof healta to
rennv earned tnt .nnhtr ?J?.rcolI.ect that It l? the penjiy saved more than th
stores closed when the cooking Is done
tnp tho ash file. Therefore POME-
trlal Will mtiirin.A tho . 1 I I
--- ' uiua, rn nuil
po- ins inieuueu, 11 uelng percent klmn,,r ,1.,. miouira ior mo pur-
marketandlswarVantedprfecav pSre and other BakLig Powder sold In this
be convince., we have the best, Prca Si" per u? o? f ihfunV? m substances- Try It and
JS-or Balotoym Maiixifa.oiiu-ora,
C H. POMEROY
Proprietors Memphis Tea Company. Steam Coffee and S$lcl Hills,
(Late cf Memphis),
HOT SPIilNGS. ASK.
Can be addressed or seen personally at tbHic:
Wortngw Hoina, Hot SpHngg. Ark.
23d SES31QK BESIKS SSPT. 1, 1S75.
riinoROUOH Collegiate contfe, excellent
X liepatatory Daartment, healtniui cli
mate, good morals, good discipline, very mod
erate expenses. Tuition andotber fees, board,
room-rent, fnel, liable, and washing, for ses
sion of tn months, from 5160 to SiW. Boys
can board with Professor-; young men, in
CcIIege or families. College prosperous, stu
dents from all tectlons cl the country, twelve
irom Tennessee. Thesnnual Catalogue mailed
free ou application. Address,
ukv, t. r. BITTI.E, n n.,
1. N. HNOWDEN. Assign
ROTICE lit UANKRUPItT.
In the District Court of the United States r..
the District of West Tennesee ,tge fVT.r
ter of Taylor A Duflln, of Memphis ,?f
rnpu.-ln Bankruptcy. ulU4l,uls. Bank
ritliE undersigned uereby gives netlcenf hi
1 sppolntment as assUnee o' -r. , nls
Duffln, or -Memphis, ShSby corVv "iL
see. FREb. T. ANDKPwSn v Afr?i,ea"
Memphis, July 2!!, IS7S. UN A'8-ee.
SOTICE IN BA5HKJIPTCT.
terLonU Lechenet. BaSpS
To the crrdltors or said bankrupt
'PAKE NOTICE, that a general miin
1 the creditors or the sil5 bankrut ul bl
held at the office or T. J. Latham. Esq.. Beeisf
n Banferuptcy ror said dtstricttjJt 3I?r?'
phiP, No. 3M Second street, onlthe 17lh Hi
Angust,1875, at 11 o clock, a.m., for the nn
or declaring a nrst and final di vWeid P pose
I also give you notice that I have fl'e,i mv
flnal accounts as assignee 01 the Hits. . . VI7
said bankrupt. In aid CWt. and Uon ho
1st day or August, next, 1 shall a' ,,fi?j?. ,?
Court ror the settlement or my ;ply to d
and ror a discharge from all , Sf"unt8
signee of said estaie, in MoVdanCe wUrf th
provisions of th th sect'J,naSrh".t
io. .r "ignee,
ly2a 'N- 1 Mndlson strif
HAVING taken ont Utters of Administra
tion upon the estate of thanes Tt?iii
deceased afl perrons having clSSS? aa,ns
said estate areliereby notified to nreiuint
properly probated, either wthe underib
at the State Female College, near thiS?6.
MemphU, Tennessee, o ii our ftny ot
Clapp J: Meux. No. 15 Union street 'n
city, within the time prescrtldbv ii
same Hiall be forever UmS ma ih'i"
di bled 10 said estate will piZ. comi fS52- la7
and settle at once. l"eae come forward
HARRIET N. COLLINS
b"?n, T AdSi
Memphis, Tkh.n.. July a), IS75'
NOTICE IS BiKHEl'I'Hr,
In the DUtrlct Court of the L'nltwt :,. ,
the District or West Ten
Memphis, Shelby countyTnneLs arkey oC
Memphis, Julyiwa. 1JUi "gf